Newly renovated in 2014, Kempt Tower is an original defensive tower that now offers comfortable and unique self catering for up to 12 people.
The tower features three levels, including the easily accessed roof which provides incredible views across the island's west coast.
When booking Jersey Heritage properties, please note that one member of the party must be over 25 years of age.
From £101 per person per week, based on 12 people sharing
- Sleeps up to 12 guests on the middle floor of the tower
- Parking available close by
- Kitchen and shower room in basement
- Easily-accessible roof, providing views across St. Ouen's Bay
- Dogs accepted on a request basis
The basement houses a fully appointed kitchen and shower rooms. The middle floor is a spacious and comfortable contemporary reception and sleeping area with an open fire. The easily accessed roof provides a unique view of the sweeping bay of St. Ouen and is the perfect spot to enjoy evening drinks, dinner or a barbecue as the sun sets.
Kempt Tower is situated in the middle of Jersey's west coast, with direct access to the beach in St. Ouen's Bay.
The tower was built in 1834 as a defensive tower against possible French invasion. Constructed with Jersey granite, the ground floor was used to store weapons and ammunition whilst the upper floor housed ten troops and their commanding officer.
A cannon was fixed to a rotating platform on the roof. It is a Martello Tower and the only one of its kind surviving in Jersey.
Staying with your dog
Dogs are accepted on a request basis and charged at £.00 per stay.
Kempt Tower Location
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